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Laura Berry looks at the records available for researching the life of a convict after their transportation
Read our handy summary of Frank Gardner's episode of Who Do You Think You Are?, which was first broadcast on 24 September 2015
Watching a sneak preview of Frank Gardner’s episode reminded Alan Crosby just how precious family letters can be
Journalist Frank Gardner is the BBC’s Security Correspondent. But what else do we know about the newsman?
Read our handy summary of Anne Reid's episode of Who Do You Think You Are?, which was first broadcast on 17 September 2015
Laura Berry explains how to access some of the best archive footage for researching everyone from performers to paupers
Actress Anne Reid follows in the footsteps of her Last Tango in Halifax co-star Sir Derek Jacobi by featuring in the current series of Who Do You Think You Are?
Watch an exclusive deleted scene from Gareth Malone's episode!
Don't be fooled by the image of Essex created by a certain 'structured reality' series, says columnist and admirer of the county Alan Crosby
Mike Royden, a local historian who helps Gareth Malone trace his Liverpool roots, speaks to WDYTYA? Magazine about his experiences working on the show
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